Vinoy Renaissance St. Petersburg Resort & Golf Club Turquoise Interior Design

Although there are many turquoise designs and houses I personally think turquoise is a difficult color to use in interior spaces. You always have to be very careful not to use too much, which color you can combine with it and how spacious is the room you want to paint in turquoise. It’s not an easy job!

However, the next turquoise design is definitely the best I’ve ever seen. It is so colorful and joyful that the large amount of turquoise doesn’t even seem risky anymore. The interiors are the ones of the Florida’s renovated hotel Vinoy Renaissance St. Petersburg Resort & Golf Club. The building is located on Tampa Bay near St. Pete Beach and it is an 86-year-old resort. The responsible ones for the new design are the architects and designers from the architecture and interior design firm Leo A Daly.

I find these interiors very daring. Some strong hues of turquoise are used with the most astonishing colors without creating a contrast that gets you tired. This is how you will be amazed to enjoy a combination of turquoise and flashy yellow and red. If I think a little, these combinations aren’t incidental. All the three colors are royal colors and red and yellow were actually the colors used at Louis XIV court. Besides these two colors, turquoise is an aristocratic color by its meanings. Turquoise reminds you of the Mediterranean panoramic.

Published by in Hotels & Resorts, on April 6th, 2012


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